Chile’s volcano ash shuts down air space over Australia and New Zealand

chillins volcano ash shuts down airspace over australia and new zealand as argentina and uruguay in airports began resuming airport operations after flights were suspended due to the June 4th eruption of Chuy's poo yahoo air travel across the world became affected as strong winds carried the ash clouds ninety four hundred kilometers across the Pacific to Australia and New Zealand on Sunday Australia's national carrier Qantas Airways cancelled all flights within and coming to Australia while Airlines jet star Tiger virgin australia and pacific blue similarly halted many or all flights to and from both countries by sunday afternoon […]

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Iceland Geology #4 – 1700 Earthquakes in 4 Day’s near Reykjavík

Hello and welcome to this briefing due to a medium sized tectonic swarm in Fagradalsfjall Over ten quakes had a magnitude of Mw3,0 or larger. The largest had a magnitude of Mw3,7. The Reykjanes Penisula has 5 different volcano belts, reaching into Reykjavík and it's cold water resources There is no sign of potential volcanic eruption since this is still just a tectonic earthquake swarm The peninsula is however "due" for eruption but the interval is believed to be 800-1000 years The last volcanic period was from the year 950-1240 but there was a sub-sea eruption in 1783 A new […]

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Annoying Orange Let’s Play Minecraft – TNT VOLCANO!

hey orange crafters did you hear my new minecraft server is blowing up that's why I made a TNT volcano and I'm here to watch it blow up in your face oh I am the greatest the greatest at being a chubby chubby kids maybe oh it's just the diamond ah man that's making me look bad I'm totally ripped let's just start the show so eat fruit what do you been up to so far on my minecraft server have you been pigging out on porkbelly's as a matter of fact orange I've been checking out all the awesome […]

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🚀 Dans le cratère d’un volcan…

If you like my videos, subscribe you and click on the bell to not miss future episodes and if you feel like it, drop a comment or a blue thumb it's good for my SEO. (?) Yeah it doesn't matter, I let it run It doesn't matter, I let it run [HAPSHOT] One, two, ok … Anyway, I'm going to have wind in the … Damn it's awful, the text there It'll be hot… ouaaah … [Wind noise in the background] Today is the special episode 200,000 subscribers. By the time I turn the 200,000 threshold has already passed for […]

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How to Make an Underwater Volcano | Science Projects

hi when you guys think of natural disasters the number one natural disaster when I ask my kids to make a prediction to give me what they think is a natural disaster everybody says volcanoes now when you guys usually make volcanoes it's always the same experiment baking soda vinegar kaboom baking soda vinegar kaboom okay I'm a little bored of that now watch this and all we need is water water and food coloring and I can make something called an underwater volcano you see volcanoes aren't just on land they're also on the water and when you see […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Galactic Ice Volcanoes!

Imagine a volcano spewing frozen lava at negative 182 degrees celsius! Well, that’s just another day on Ceres. Hello Earthlings, Ian here for DNews and I want to tell you about some VERY cool planetary science. Cryovolcanoes — or “ice volcanoes” — are purely extraterrestrial affairs and are thought to be pretty common on the moons and dwarf planets of the outer solar system. NASA’s Cassini mission, for example, has spotted possible ice volcanoes on Saturn’s moon Titan. And the New Horizons mission to Pluto has also seen features that could be created by cryovolcanic activity. Now, NASA has announced […]

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Volcano Monitoring Animation #2: Gas Monitoring

Monitoring volcanic gases is very exciting, especially at the very precursory phase of unrest. The primary objective in gas monitoring is to determine changes in the release of certain gases from a volcano. Such changes can be used with other monitoring information to provide eruption warnings and to improve our understanding of how volcanoes work. When the magma is very deep beneath a volcano, it has a lot of gas dissolved in it. When that magma starts to rise toward the surface, the gases will come out of the magma. If this happens very quickly, the volcano might erupt explosively. […]

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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Volcano Adventure Dinosaur Skit! Giant Life Size T-Rex & Toy Dinosaurs

(dramatic music) – It's an earthquake! (roars) It's an actual volcano! It's erupting! T-Rex! Oh, bumpy, man. Oh, man. The road into HQ's gotten bumpy since we've been gone to England, hasn't it? – Wait, stop! – Stop? What, what, what, what, what, what, what? – A crack! – [Park Ranger Aaron] Oh, yeah, look at that crack, man. – [Park Ranger LB] Whoa! – That thing's huge. Goes like the whole way down the driveway here, man. Wow, that's awesome. – I wonder if it came from a volcano. – A volcano? – Yeah, like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. […]

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Why are volcanic gases potentially a good sign?

Volcanoes are interesting things to work on, because they provide a sort of insight into the interior of the earth which we can't get any other way. So we can use volcanoes to study what's going on in the Earth's mantle. I became interested in geology actually through my granddad. So my grandpa had a geology degree, and when I was a child — he lives down on the Devon/Dorset Coast, and he used to take me fossil hunting along the Jurassic Coast there. And then I was always interested in science at school, and I thought I would do […]

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